Humanities 1301-Chapter 7

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During the sixth century B.C.E., the following objects were developed:
cast iron

According to the text, early Chinese coins featured which of the following?
square holes

The written collection of Confucius’s teachings is called
the Analects

By the Zhou era, the word “li” came to mean
principles governing appropriate behavior

Confucius’s Analects covers the following:
cultivation of character and moral values were more important than a ruler’s ability to govern

Politically, Confucius saw the role of ruler in society as that of a
parent

Which of the following is true regarding the Legalists?
described the nature of humankind as inherently evil

Mencius, who followed Confucius, taught that
humans are born good and fall into evil only by neglect or abuse

Legalists taught that
humans are inherently evil and rulers must have absolute authority

Clearly the greatest innovative dynasty in the Chinese rise to empire were the
Qin

Which of the following is the most significant artifact of the first emperor’s tomb?
terracotta soldiers

The Qin dynasty brought
standardization of Chinese language, wagon axles, and coinage

At first the Chinese regarded the era of the Han as
their classical age

The Chinese regard this dynasty as their historical Golden Age
Han

Which of the following bests describes the emphasis of Chinese prose literature?
record-keeping; archiving history

Han achievements included
considerable intellectual, economic, and technological advances

The literature of Sima Qian suggest that
wealth encourages virtue

Classic Han architecture primarily used which of the following materials
wood

The Han dynasty left a very thorough record of daily life via the visual medium of
glazed terracotta

To which culture is the Han dynasty most compared
Roman

The Chinese introduced which of the following major contributions
paper

Confucius’ teachings, combined with __________, formed the basis for emerging China culture in the climb for empire
The Five Chinese Classics

The philosophical challenge to the teachings of Confucius was termed
Legalism

Chinese architecture is noted for
its impermanence

Through what medium did the Han craftspeople leave their record of daily life
terracotta

Which of the following best describes Han dynasty Chinese poetry
simplistic

The round roofs of royal tombs in classical China represented
Heaven

The head and body of the deceased Chinese ruler was often shrouded in
jade

Chinese trade was largely conducted along __________, an east-west land route that led eventually to Rome
the Silk Road

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